Antony HouseTorpointHistoric House
Faced in silver-grey Pentewan stone and flanked by colonnaded wings of mellow brick, this classically beautiful house is a beguiling mixture of the formal and informal. Still the home of the Carew Pole family, it contains fine collections of paintings, furniture and textiles. The grounds bordering the Lynher estuary, landscaped by Repton, include a formal garden with topiary, a knot garden, modern sculptures and the National Collection of Daylilies. The Woodland Garden has outstanding rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias and camellias.

Ballowall BarrowSt JustAncient Monument
In a spectacular cliff-edge position, this unique Bronze Age tomb had a long and complex history as a sacred site. Seen as excavated in 1878 by Cornish antiquarian William Borlase.

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture GardenSt IvesMuseum
A wonderful exhibition dedicated to the life, work and memory of the 20th century sculptor, Dame Barbara Hepworth.

Bens Play WorldSt Austell Theme Park
Ben's Play World is a fabulous indoor adventure centre for children. The massive play area features mega slides, giant tubes, ball pools and much, much more. There are also a variety of outdoor activities available including token operated electric bikes and cars, 9-hole western themed mini golf course and family picnic areas.

Blue Reef AquariumNewquay Aquarium - Oceanarium
"Walk through" the sea and experience another dimension. The main attraction, is a 250,000 litre display housing black and white tip reef sharks, stingrays, moray eels, giant groupers and hundreds of brightly coloured reef fish

Bodmin & Wenford Railway BodminSteam Railway
The only standard gauge railway in Cornwall to be still operated by steam locomotives running through some of Cornwall's most delightful countryside offering breathtaking scenery and stunning views.

Much of the land in and around Boscastle is owned by the Trust. This includes the cliffs of Penally Point and Willapark, which guard the sinuous harbour entrance, Forrabury Stitches, high above the village and divided into ancient 'stitchmeal' cultivation plots, as well as the lovely Valency Valley.

British International HelicoptorsPenzanceHelicoptor Flights
Regular helicoptor flights from Penzance to the Isle of Scilly. In just 20 minutes the beauty and tranquillity of the exotic Isles of Scilly can be yours. Direct flights to St Mary's and Tresco.

Caerhays Castle & GardensSt AustellHouse & Garden
The imposing edifice of Caerhays Castle has at first glance the appearance of a Norman stronghold. In fact the building was in fact built by the famous architect, John Nash during the 19th century for John Bettesworth Trevanion. Caerhays Castle Gardens are a special place for lovers of Camellias, Magnolias and Rhododendrons. The garden overlooks the sea and is home to the x williams camellia hybrids and the huge, Asiatic magnolias, which are in full flower between March and April.

Camel TrailBodminWalk
The Camel Trail is a 17 mile long cycleway running through some of the most spectacular countryside in the South-West. The well made level path make it hugely popular with cyclists, walkers and joggers of all abilities.

Carn Euny Ancient VillageSancreedAncient Monument
Among the best preserved ancient villages in the south west, occupied from the Iron Age until late Roman times. It includes the foundations of stone houses, and an intriguing 'fogou' underground passage.

Carnewas & Bedruthan StepsWadebridgeCoast
This is one of the most popular destinations on the Cornish coast. Spectacular clifftop views stretch across Bedruthan beach (not Trust-owned). The Trust has rebuilt the cliff staircase to the beach, but visitors need to be aware of the risk of being cut off by the tide.

Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage CentreCharlestownMaritime Museum
Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre is a fabulous museum exhibiting the largest private collection of shipwreck artefacts and memorabilia in Europe. This fascinating collection has been put together over the past 50 years and includes items recovered from over 150 stricken vessels. The centre offers both indoor and outdoor exhibits, a wonderful restaurant with splendid views of the harbour and a fully stocked gift shop.

China Clay Country ParkCarthewIndustrial Heritage
26 acre industrial museum and country park, telling the story of china clay past and present. Interactive gallery, trails, modern pit view, shop and cafe.

Chysauster Ancient VillageNew Mill, Nr PenzanceAncient Monument
This Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago. The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses', found only on the Land's End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly. The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms. There are also the remains of an enigmatic 'fogou' underground passage.

Colliford's Kids KingdomSt Neot, LiskeardTheme Park
Outdoor adventure teamed with undercover play, Colliford's Kids Kingdom provides an all-action day out for all the family. Featuring one of the biggest ball pools in Cornwall, never-ending net mazes, cart rides and a super soft play area - you won't want to go home! Plus, go wild outside and explore the 58 acres of moorland with red deer.

Cornish Mines & EnginesPool, nr RedruthIndustrial Heritage
At the very heart of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site sit these two great beam engines, originally powered by high-pressure steam boilers introduced by local hero Richard Trevithick. Preserved in their towering engine houses, they are a reminder of Cornwall's days as a world-famous centre of industry, engineering and innovation. Our pumping engine is one of the largest surviving Cornish beam engines in the world, and our restored winding engine can be seen in action daily. So come and enjoy our film, displays, models and knowledgeable guides, and discover the whole dramatic story of Cornish mining.

CoteheleSt Dominick, Nr SaltashHistoric House
A Tudor house with many stories and legends, festooned with tapestries and adorned with textiles, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture; a magical experience as little has changed over the years. Outside, explore the formally planted terraces, or lose yourself in the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote. Seek tranquillity in the Upper Garden or visit the two orchards planted with local apples and cherries. Cotehele Quay is the home of the restored Tamar sailing barge 'Shamrock' and gateway to a wider estate. The Discovery Centre tells the story of the Tamar Valley.

Court Room Experience, TheBodmin
A unique opportunity for visitors to become a member of the jury in the trial of Matthew Weeks, accused of murdering a local girl in 1844. Is he guilty of this heinous crime? You decide!

Crealy Great Adventure Park CornwallWadebridge Theme Park
Come down to our theme park and join in all the excitement. There's a choice of six big Realms with huge all-weather indoor attractions so your Magical Adventures are guaranteed, whatever the weather. Plus there are acres of outdoor adventures to explore too. From the thrilling water rides to our fantastic indoor soft play for the little ones; you'll enjoy hours, days.. or even years of fun at Crealy!

Dupath WellCallingtonAncient Monument
This charming well-house, built about 1500, stands over an ancient spring, believed to cure whooping cough. Built by the Augustinian canons of nearby St Germans priory, it houses the remains of an immersion pool for cure-seekers.

Eden ProjectBodelva, St Austell Garden
Eden is a truly unique experience, in the heart of Cornwall's Clay Mining country - a place to explore the amazing relationship that exists between the human population and the fascinating world of plants - and the extent that we depend on plants for our very existence. The world's largest geodesic domes contain two distinct biosphere's for you to explore, the Humid Tropical Biome featuring a jungle environment and the Warm Temperate Biome, featuring plant species from the Mediterranean, South Africa and California. Whilst outside there is a series of landscaped gardens where you can enjoy a diverse collection of plants from the Wild Cornwall section to the terraced tea slopes.

FlambardsHelstonTheme Park
Theme park and Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz exhibition.

Geevor Tin MineNr St Just Mine
Discover Cornwall's mining heritage at this excellent museum. Guided underground trips as well as surface tours available.

Glendurgan GardenMawnan Smith, Nr FalmouthGarden
Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden – full of fun, natural beauty and amazing plants. Discover giant rhubarb plants in the jungle-like lower valley and spiky arid plants basking in the sunny upper slopes. Wander through the garden down to the beautiful hamlet of Durgan on the Helford River: a place to watch birds and boats, skim stones and build sand-castles. Find a boat-seat, gigantic tulip-trees and ponds teeming with wildlife.

Godolphin Estate, TheHelstonCountryside
Beautiful, romantic, historic house and garden, where time has stood still giving the house garden and surrounding estate buildings a haunting air of antiquity and peace.

GodrevyGwithian, Nr HayleCoast
Awe-inspiring expanse of sandy beaches around St Ives Bay. Wild cliffs, rich in wildlife and archaeology, with popular café.

Halliggye FogouGarras, Nr HelstonAncient Monument
Roofed and walled in stone, this complex of passages is the largest and best-preserved of several mysterious underground tunnels associated with Cornish Iron Age settlements. The purpose of such 'fogous' - a Cornish-language word meaning 'cave' - is unknown. Refuges, storage chambers or ritual shrines have all been suggested.

Hidden ValleySt Thomas, Launceston Country Park
Hidden Valley Discovery Park near Launceston is a picturesque country park with miniature model railway, beautiful gardens, scenic walks, fishing lakes and the popular "Crystal Challenge" game.

Hurlers Stone CirclesMinionsAncient Monument
Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England. Probably the best examples of ceremonial circles in the south west, they are traditionally reputed to be the remains of men petrified for playing 'hurling' on a Sunday.

Isles of Scilly SkybusPenzanceAirport
Flights to the Isles of Scilly 6 Days a week from Land's End, Newquay, Exeter, Bristol and Southampton Airports. Daytrips and longer holiday stays available.

Kidz R UsSt IvesYouth Theatre
Youth theatre company based in St.Ives Cornwall, UK. Regular shows in their own 300 seat theatre in the centre of town,

King Doniert`s StoneSt CleerAncient Monument
Two richly carved pieces of a 9th century 'Celtic' cross, with an inscription commemorating Dumgarth, British King of Dumnonia, who drowned in c. AD 875.

Lands EndLands End, SennenTheme Park
Spectacular coastal location for Cornwall's most famous landmark. Visitor centre, craft workshops, galleries etc.

LanhydrockBodminHistoric House
Lanhydrock is the perfect country house and estate, with the feel of a wealthy but unpretentious family home. Follow in the footsteps of generations of the Robartes family, walking in the 17th-century Long Gallery among the rare book collection under the remarkable plasterwork ceiling. After a devastating fire in 1881 the house was refurbished in the high-Victorian style, with the latest mod cons. Boasting the best in country-house design and planning, the kitchens, nurseries and servants' quarters offer a thrilling glimpse into life 'below stairs', while the spacious dining room and bedrooms are truly and deeply elegant.

Lanreath Folk and Farm MuseumLooeCountryside Museum
Countryside museum showing all aspects of Cornwall's rural life.

Launceston CastleLauncestonCastle
Set on a large natural mound, Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep. The tower top is now reached via a dark internal staircase. The castle long remained a prison and George Fox, founder of the Quakers, suffered harsh confinement here in 1656. A display traces 1,000 years of history, with finds from site excavations.

Lawrence HouseLauncestonHistoric House
Built in 1753, Lawrence House is leased to Launceston Town Council and used as a local museum and civic centre.

Levant Mine & Beam EnginePendeen, Nr St JustIndustrial Heritage
Part of Cornwall and West Devon Mining World Heritage Site, this is the only Cornish beam engine anywhere in the world that is still in steam on its original mine site. The famous Levant engine is housed in a small engine house perched on the edge of the cliffs. Restored after 60 idle years by a group of volunteers known as the 'Greasy Gang', it is a thrilling experience for young and old alike to see this old engine in action, with its evocative sounds and smells.

Lizard and Kynance Cove, TheLizardCoast
Lizard Point, Britain's most southerly point, offers dramatic cliff walks, wild flowers and geological features. Marconi's historic wireless experiments are celebrated at the Lizard Wireless Station and the Marconi Centre at Poldhu. Two miles north lies Kynance Cove, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Lost Gardens Of HeliganPentewan, St Austell Garden
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, is an award-winning Cornish garden thought to be the garden largest restoration project in Europe, lost for 70 years and now being restored as a 'living museum'

Marine DiscoveryPenzanceBoat Trip - Cruise
Come on an exhilarating wildlife watching boat trip from Penzance Harbour in West Cornwall aboard our exciting jet RIB `Shearwater`.

Minack TheatrePorthcurno Theatre - Arts Centre
The world famous cliff top open air theatre. Spectacular location, stunning views, a great place to visit, or take in a show.

Monkey SanctuaryLooeWildlife Park
Meet a colony of Amazonian Woolly Monkeys, see them forage and play, and get a unique insight into their individual characters. Explore our new CCTV linked Bat Cave and our conservation gardens. Children's activity room and play areas. Treetop Café & Gift Shop.

National Maritime Museum CornwallFalmouth Museum
Discover Cornwall's maritime past, Seven galeries exploring Cornwall's links with the sea.

National Seal SanctuaryGweek Wildlife Park
The National Seal Sanctuary is set in the picturesque Helford Estuary, by the beautiful village of Gweek, in Cornwall. The Sanctuary is a busy rescue centre, and also has resident Grey Seals, Californian and Patagonian Sea Lions, Goats, Ponies and Otters

Newquay Cornwall AirportSt Mawgan, NewquayAirport
The largest commercial airport serving Cornwall, Newquay offers economic services from/to Gatwick, Stansted, Bristol, Manchester, Isles of Scilly, Leeds/Bradford, Dublin and Cardiff.

Paradise Park Hayle Wildlife Park
Paradise Park is a fabulous place to visit with something to entertain the whole family. Watch spectacular bird displays such as the Free Flying Bird Show which features Billy the cockatoo flying into the crowd to collect money!! There are also eagles, falcons and owls on display.

Pencarrow HouseNr Bodmin Historic House & Garden
Pencarrow is approached by a mile long drive through an ancient British encampment, flanked by huge rhododendrons, blue hydrangeas and specimen conifers. Sir John Molesworth, 5th Bt, circa 1770 completed the present Georgian house. His descendants own and live in the house today. Superb collection of paintings with works by many famous artists, set amongst outstanding furniture and porcelain. The gardens are Grade II Listed and are very extensive with lake and Ice House.

Pendennis CastleFalmouth Castle
For a great value family day out in Cornwall, take a trip to Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, one of the finest of the mighty fortresses built by Henry VIII to defend the country against invasion. The castle has seen action in many conflicts and was one of the last royalist strongholds to fall during the English Civil War. You can witness a Tudor gun deck in action here and see how the Guardhouse was equipped during the First World War. This award-winning visitor attraction in the south west also boasts an exciting interactive exhibition where you can experience the sights and sounds of battle and relive an enemy attack on a Second World War observation post.

PenhallamWeek St MaryRuin
The low and grass-covered but complete ground-plan of a moated 13th century manor house, in a delightful woodland setting.

Penlee House Gallery & MuseumPenzanceArt Gallery
The largest collection of Newlyn School of Artist work in West Cornwall.. Enjoy the area's unique, rich heritage in a modern gallery and museum set within a gracious Victorian house, surrounded by an attractive park.

Poldark MineNr Helston Industrial Heritage
Discover Cornwall's mining heritage at this early 18th tin mine.

Porthcurno Telegraph MuseumPenzanceMuseum
An award-winning museum in which visitors can see numerous pieces of working equipment, discover the Victorian internet and also hear about the secret communications which were sent from Porthcurno during World War II.

Prideaux PlacePadstowHistoric House & Garden
Prideaux Place is a delightful Elizabethan manor house within extensive grounds located near the popular harbour town of Padstow. This beautiful historic house and gardens has been owned by the prominent Prideaux family of Cornwall for approximately 400 years. The house itself, which was built in 1592 by Nicholas Prideaux, offers many hidden treasures and beautiful décor for visitors to admire. The stunning, well kept grounds include formal gardens and a deer park and are a wonderful place for a relaxing stroll followed by refreshments in the tearoom!

Restormel CastleNr LostwithielCastle
The great 13th century circular shell-keep of Restormel still encloses the principal rooms of the castle in remarkably good condition. It stands on an earlier Norman mound surrounded by a deep dry ditch, atop a high spur beside the River Fowey. Twice visited by the Black Prince, it finally saw action during the Civil War in 1644. It commands fantastic views and is a favourite picnic spot.

Royal Cornwall Museum Truro Museum
The Royal Cornwall Museum is Cornwall's oldest and most prestigious museum. Internationally famed for its exciting range of fascinating exhibits, the museum was founded in 1818. The museum specialises in Cornish archaeology and history with an extensive exhibit covering the history of Cornwall from the Stone Age to the present day.

Scillonain III passenger ferryPenzanceCruise
Cruise to the Isles of Scilly aboard Scillonian III passenger ferry for a holiday or day trip travelling from Penzance, April to November.

Screech Owl SanctuarySt Columb Bird of Prey Centre - Falconry
Screech Owl Sanctuary located near Indian Queens just off the A30 is a wonderful attraction for all the family. Opened in 1990 with the aim of providing care and rehabilitation for sick and injured owls within Cornwall. Visitors can enjoy close encounters with the hand-tame owls, watch impressive falconry displays or simply take a stroll around the ground with its moor land wildlife and picturesque lakeside walk.

St Anthony HeadNr FalmouthCoast
Overlooking the spectacular entrance to the Fal Estuary. Excellent coastal and sheltered creekside walks. Newly revealed remains of defensive fortifications.

St Austell Brewery Visitor CentreSt. AustellBrewery
A must see destination for lovers of pubs, beer and Cornwall's history. Interactive museum, off licence, gift shop and bar plus guided beer making tours.

St Breock Downs MonolithNr WadebridgeAncient Monument
Originally 5 metres (16 feet) high and weighing some 16.75 tonnes, this is Cornwall's largest and heaviest prehistoric monolith. It stands on the summit of St Breock Downs, offering wonderful views.

St Catherine`s CastleFoweyCastle
One of a pair of small artillery forts built by Henry VIII in the 1530s to defend Fowey Harbour, consisting of two storeys with gun ports at ground level.

St Mawes CastleSt MawesCastle
St Mawes Castle is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. One of the chain of forts built between 1539 and 1545 to counter an invasion threat from Catholic France and Spain, it guarded the important anchorage of Carrick Roads, sharing the task with Pendennis Castle on the other side of the Fal estuary. A charming clover-leaf shape originally surrounded by octagonal outer defences, St Mawes was designed to mount heavy 'ship-sinking' guns. But particular care was also taken with its embellishment, and it is still bedecked with carved Latin inscriptions in praise of King's Henry VIII and his son Edward VI. It owes its fine preservation to the fact that unlike Pendennis Castle, it was little developed after its completion. Easily falling to a landward attack by Civil War Parliamentarian forces in 1646, it remained neglected until partial re-arming during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Other coastal forts built by Henry VIII include Portland, Deal and Walmer Castles.

St Michael's MountMarazion, Nr Penzance
Still home to the St Aubyn family as well as a small community, this iconic rocky island is crowned by a medieval church and castle – with the oldest buildings dating from the 12th century. Immerse yourself in history, wonder at the architecture and discover the legend of Jack the Giant Killer. Look down on the subtropical terraced garden and enjoy the breathtaking views of spectacular Mount's Bay. If the weather is favourable, take a short evocative boat trip to the island, or at low tide enjoy the walk across the causeway.

Tamar Otter SanctuaryNorth Petherwin, Nr LauncestonWildlife Park
Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre near Launceston is a delightful attraction for all the family. The centre which is run by the Otter Trust is the only place in the West Country to breed British otters on a regular basis. It also runs a fabulous programme of reintroducing young otters back into the wild every year as part of the Otter Trust's re-introduction programme. The sanctuary also runs a rehabilitation centre for orphaned otter cubs.

Tate Gallery St IvesSt IvesArt Gallery
Located in the beautiful harbour town of St Ives the Tate Gallery was opened in 1993 and has become one of Cornwall's leading attractions. The gallery boasts a fantastic display of art created in and associated with Cornwall.

Tintagel CastleTintagelCastle
For a magical day out in Cornwall, take the family to Tintagel Castle. Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it a perfect day trip, ideal for those on holiday in Dorset, Cornwall or Dartmoor. Tintagel Castle is steeped in legend and mystery; said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, you can still visit the nearby Merlin's Cave. The castle also features in the tale of Tristan and Isolde. With a history stretching as far back as the Romans, Tintagel Castle is one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the south west.

Tintagel Old Post OfficeTintagelHistoric Building
Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman's farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof, beckons the curious to explore. The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter receiving station for the district.

Tregiffian Burial ChamberSt BuryanAncient Monument
A Neolithic or early Bronze Age chambered tomb with an entrance passage, walled and roofed with stone slabs, leading into the central chamber.

Trelissick GardenFeock, Nr TruroGarden
This modern garden was created within shelter belts planted 200 years ago. It is constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas. Trelissick has seen trees grow to maturity, the tide ebbing and flowing, but has become a dynamic, forward-looking estate. The iconic Water Tower was built for irrigation and fire-control; now the lavatories are flushed with rainwater stored underground in modern reservoirs. Heat is extracted from kitchen appliances and the sun to provide hot water and heating.

Trengwainton GardenMadron, Nr PenzanceGarden
With plants from around the globe scattered throughout this 10-hectare (25-acre) garden, there is something to inspire around every corner. Champion magnolias and vibrant rhododendrons make way for lush banana plants and soaring echiums. Unusually, the restored walled kitchen garden was built to the dimensions of Noah's Ark, and is today used to demonstrate contemporary varieties of fruit and vegetables. A colourfully bordered stream leads up to a shady pond and sunny terrace, with stunning views across Mount's Bay.

TrericeKestle Mill, Nr NewquayHistoric House
An intimate Elizabethan manor and a Cornish gem, Trerice remains little changed by the advances in building fashions over the centuries, thanks to long periods under absentee owners. Today the renowned stillness and tranquillity of Trerice, much prized by visitors, is occasionally pierced by the curious lilts of Tudor music or shouts of excitement from the Bowling Green (surely you will want to try a game of Kayling or Slapcock?), bringing back some of the bustle and noise that must have typified its time as a busy manor house.

Trethevy QuoitSt CleerAncient Monument
This well-preserved and impressive Neolithic 'dolmen' burial chamber stands 2.7 metres (8.9 ft) high. There are five standing stones, surmounted by a huge capstone.

Trethorne Leisure ParkLauncestonTheme Park
Located near Launceston at Kennards House, Trethorne Leisure Park is one of the top leisure attractions in Cornwall, designed to make your days out non stop fun whatever the weather rain or shine, with an acre of outside play areas and 45,000 square feet of action packed activities - more activities than any other attraction in Cornwall and probably the entire Westcountry!

Trinity House National Lighthouse CentrePenzanceLighthouse
Everything you ever wanted to know about lighthouses - a stunning exhibition of maritime safety. Opened in 1991 by the Duke of York, the museum has one of the finest collections of lighthouse equipment in the world.

Waterworld NewquayNewquay Leisure Centre
Waterworld - 2 Superb Swimming Pools. Tropical fun pool with cannon, tipper, flumes, slides, volcano, snakes & crocodile. 25 metre swimming pool, Gym and Fitness studios.

Wayside Folk MuseumSt IvesMuseum
Learn about all aspect of life in and around Zennor from the 3000 BC to the present day.

Wheal MartynSt Austell Clay Works
Wheal Martyn is a china clay industry museum including audio visual display, historic trail through 19th century clay works with working water wheels. Nature trail, childrens play area and adventure trail. Coffee shop and gift shop.


AutomobiliaSt Austell
Blue Hills TinNr St. Agnes
Blue Lagoon LeisureNewquay
Bodmin MoorBodmin
Bodmin Tourist Information CentreBodmin
Bodmin Town MuseumBodmin
Boscastle PotteryBoscastle
Branwells Mill Entertainment CentrePenzance
British Cycling MuseumCamelford
Brocklands Adventure Park Kilkhampton, Nr Bude
Bude Stratton MuseumBude
Bude Tourist Information CentreBude
Burncoose Gardens and NurseryRedruth
Callestock Cider FarmTruro
Camel Valley VineyardBodmin
Camelford Tourist Information CentreCamelford
Cardinham WoodsNr Bodmin
Copeland China CollectionFeock, Nr Truro
Cornish Cyder FarmTruro
Cornish GoldsmithsTolgus Mill, Nr Portreath
Cornish Industrial Heritage CentreRedruth
Cornwall PearlNewquay
Countryman CiderTavistock
DairylandNr Newquay
Delabole Slate CoDelabole
Dobwalls Adventure Dobwalls, Nr Liskard
Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry Regiment MuseumBodmin
Ethy WoodsFowey
Falmouth Art GalleryFalmouth
Falmouth Arts CentreFalmouth
Falmouth Tourist Information CentreFalmouth
Fistral BeachNewquay
Fowey Tourist Information CentreFowey
Fun FactoryNewquay
Geological Museum and Art GalleryRedruth
Goonhilly Satellite StationGoonhilly Downs, Helston
Gwennap PitRedruth
Hall for CornwallTruro
Helston and Lizard Peninsula Tourist Information CentreHelston
Helston Folk MuseumHelston
Holywell Bay Fun ParkNewquay
Indian King Arts CentreCamelford
Jamaica Inn & MuseumsLaunceston
Kids KingdomSt Austell
Killiow Golf Club and Driving RangeKea
King Arthurs Great HallsTintagel
Lamorna PotteryLamorna, Penzance
Lappa Valley Steam RailwaySt Newlyn East
Launceston Steam RailwayLaunceston
Launceston Tourist Information CentreLaunceston
Loe PoolHelston
Long Cross Hotel and Victorian GardensPort Isaac
Looe Tourist Information CentreLooe
Maritime Museum PenzancePenzance
Merry Maidens Stone CirclePenzance
Mevagissey Folk MuseumMevagissey
Mid Cornwall GalleriesPar
Military MuseumBodmin
Mount Edgcumbe House & Country ParkTorpoint
Museum of Cornish MethodismCarharrack
Museum Of Submarine TelegraphyPorthcurno
Museum of WitchcraftBoscastle
National Lobster HatcheryPadstow
Newlyn Art GalleryNewlyn
Newmans CruisesTolverne, Philleigh, Truro
Newquay Tourist Information CentreNewquay
Newquay ZooNewquay
North Cornwall MuseumCamelford
Ocean BowlFalmouth
Offshore ExtremeNewquay
Old Guildhall MuseumEast Looe
Old Mill HerbaryHelland Bridge, Bodmin
Padstow MuseumPadstow
Padstow Tourist Information CentrePadstow
Paul Corind Magnificent Music MachinesSt Keyne
Pendeen LighthousePendeen, Nr St Just
Penjerrick GardenFalmouth
Penryn MuseumPenryn
Penwith GalleriesSt Ives
Penzance Tourist Information CentrePenzance
Perranzabuloe Folk MuseumPerranporth
Pilchard WorksNewlyn
Pine Lodge Gardens & NurserySt Austell
Polmassick VineyardPolmassick, St Austell
Porfell Animal LandLiskeard
Potters Museum of CuriosityLaunceston
Predannack DownsPredannack
Princes Pavillion & GardensFalmouth
Sancreed BeaconNr Penzance
Shipwreck Rescue and Heritage CentreSt Austell
Shire Horse Farm and Carriage MuseumTreskillard, Redruth
Shires Family Adventure ParkWadebridge
South East Cornwall Discovery CentreWest Looe
Spirit of the West American Theme ParkSt Columb
Springfields Fun Park and Pony CentreSt Column Major, Newquay
St Ives Society of ArtistsSt Ives
Sterts Arts & Environmental CentreLiskeard
Tamar CruisingTorpoint
Tehidy Country ParkTehidy, Camborne
Tintagel Toy MuseumTintagel
Tolgus TinRedruth
Trebah Gardens Nr Falmouth
Trecarrell Manor Chapel and HallTrebullett, Launceston
Tregrehan GardenPar
Trelowarren House and ChapelMawgan, Helston
Trevithick CottageCamborne
Trewithen GardensTruro
Truro CathedralTruro
Truro Tourist Information CentreTruro
Tunnels Through TimeNewquay
Waterfall St Nectans GlenTrethevy
Wesley CottageLaunceston
West Coast SurfariNewquay
World In MiniatureGoonhaven, Truro
World Of Model RailwayMevagissey
Yarg Cheese FarmLiskeard


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